Focus on Housing for Older Adults

In August, Dr. Terri Lewinson of the School of Social Work was named as a recipient of a prestigious Hartford Foundation research grant. Dr. Lewinson will be using the grant support to support her research in the field of geriatric social work, with a specific focus on older adults who live in extended stay hotels. Congratulations to Dr. Lewinson!

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If you’d like to learn more about housing for older adults or about Dr. Lewinson’s research, take a look at these resources owned by the University Library. (In order to view journals or journal articles from off-campus, you must be a student or employee of Georgia State University.)

Capturing environmental affordances: Low-income families identify positive characteristics of a hotel housing solution. (Journal article)
by Terri Lewinson, 2011.

Liminal living at an extended stay hotel: Feeling “stuck” in a housing solution. (Journal article)
by Terri Wingate-Lewinson, June Gary Hopps, and Patricia Reeves, 2010.

Residents’ coping strategies in an extended-stay hotel home. (Journal article)
by Terri Lewinson, 2010.

Journal of housing for the elderly. (Full journal)

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